Selena Gomez opens up about rekindling romance with Justin Bieber

Kelvin Reese
December 2, 2017

Speaking to Billboard about how she was feeling after the kidney transplant, Selena said, "I'm good". And I really feel great- open up the star.

Selena posed for photos and walked the red carpet with her close friend Francia Raisa who donated her kidney to her. "That's it. I got to the point where it was life and death".

Selena Gomez received top honours yesterday at the annual Billboard Women in Music event, but the singer felt the recognition may have been misplaced.

"Something that I'm really proud of is that there's such a true friendship", she says.

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She continued, adding that, "Specifically this year, I would like to thank my awesome team and my family because they stuck with me through some really hard times". But Gomez, who's released a string of hits in the past year, revealed that she shouldn't be the only one accepting credit for her accomplishments, as she couldn't have succeeded without the support and sacrifice from Raisa. After all, if her kidney transplant hadn't happened, she may not be here to speak of her scar in the first place.

'That was the day I came home and she volunteered, she did it'. Fans were either horrified or overjoyed when they learned she was back with her notorious ex Justin Bieber, and she's finally opening up about why it was worth it to her to weather the backlash to have him in her life again. That was it and I didn't want to ask a single person in my life.

"I don't know how I'll ever repay it but maybe I'll make an epic album next year". "I'm so grateful for the older women who have lifted all of us up". "So thank you for all of you who have inspired so many girls who don't feel like they have a voice".

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